ULI Advisory Services Panel Report – Saarbrucken, Germany

Saarbrücken is a city of approximately 200.000 people located along the Saar River in southwestern Germany. It is the capital of Saarland, one of Germany’s smallest states. Historically, Saarbrücken has come under both French and German rule, and it was once part of the Holy Roman Empire. Heavily bombed in World War II, it came back as the industrial and transport centre of a great coal basin; it produces iron and steel, sugar, beer, pottery, optical instruments, machinery, and construction materials. During the post–World War II reconstruction, however, the city turned its back on the river….
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